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Very clever machinist, Keith Fenner.


December 11, 2016, 7:00 am

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November 19, 2016, 12:41 am

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Interested in Metallurgy


April 5, 2016, 8:31 pm

So I am currently a lab technician at a materials testing facility and the company is looking to hire a metallurgist in the far future and was kind of interested in the position, though i am not a me... Read more »

Charpy V Notch Values for 10B38 or 1045 at 50-60 HRc


August 11, 2015, 7:45 pm

I am interested in finding the impact values or other ductile brittle information on either of these steels. We are producing a part that could be used in the arctic than has an induction hardened w... Read more »

H11 Steel


August 4, 2015, 6:06 am

H-11 steels are the most commonly used Hot Die Tool Steels. These Hot Die S teels made up of the composition of various grades like Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium. Chromium is the major chem... Read more »

metal powder


March 23, 2015, 7:50 am

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a question about GLARE


February 10, 2015, 7:05 pm

hello who can help me by sending some info about GLARE? Read more »

what is gear oil additive performance in modern engine?


December 22, 2014, 4:36 am

Automotive gear oil additives are mainly used in lubricating transmission,drive axle gear and drive mechanism. Most gear oil color are deep black. Distillate type hyperbolic gear oil is usually ye... Read more »

Multigrade interal combustion engine Oil should use what kind of viscosity ...


December 9, 2014, 6:47 am

As the lubricants are updated, what kind of viscosity index improver should be used in it? Polyisobutylene or Olefin Co-Polymer(OCP) can be adapted to low temperature performance in multigrade comb... Read more »

Why Vacuum Levitation Melting furnace is perfect to advanced metals and all...


November 20, 2014, 8:18 am

Vacuum Levitation Melting furnace adopts advanced melting, refining and alloying technology, the molten metal bath is levitated in water cooled copper crucible during melting under vacuum or inert at... Read more »

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Boron steel rating: 5

I was given almost 100 feet of Bandsaw blade a guy here on s.e.m. tested it for me and it turns out to be a Boron steel... 0.07%C 0.68%Mn 0.002%B! 0.27%Si 1.15%Cr 1.05%Mo 0.67%Ni 0.17... Read more »

Interested in Metallurgy rating: 5

So I am currently a lab technician at a materials testing facility and the company is looking to hire a metallurgist in the far future and was kind of interested in the position, though i am not a me... Read more »

Why Vacuum Levitation Melting furnace is perfect to advanced metals and all... rating: 5

Vacuum Levitation Melting furnace adopts advanced melting, refining and alloying technology, the molten metal bath is levitated in water cooled copper crucible during melting under vacuum or inert at... Read more »

What is 10B38 Steel? I need help locating this material for a large project... rating: 4.5

I am looking for two things: - chemical makup/properties of 10B38 material - known suppliers in the USA Thanks for any help you can provide me with. RL Read more »

How corrosion resistant is CPM M4 tool steel? rating: 4.33

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The subject is my question, I want to make a survival axe head of M4 or CPM M4 tool steel. I have heard great things about it's hardness, wear resistance and toughness but very little about ability t... Read more »

stress distribution in two concentric glass cylinder (optical fiber) rating: 4

Hi all, I'm beginner in Ansys,and have a problem. I want to simulation Thermal stress distribution in optical fiber. Optical fiber consists two concentric glass cylinder, core and cladding. This two ... Read more »

Titanium and archaeology rating: 4

I was recently discussing local bronze and iron age sites with a local archaeologist, in particular their survival in different conditions (mainly bogs). I habitually wear a titanium bracelet (my own... Read more »

motorcycle frame fire damage/heat treatment rating: 4

I have heard of a fire damaged 1982 kawasaki z1000 which may be restorable. (steel duplex tubular frame with plates) My intention would be a ground up restoration and frame bracing. The bike's m... Read more »

Hardness of Titanium on the HRc ? ? ? ? rating: 3.82

So I know Titanium is light and strong and all that, super, but except for titanium carbie I've not heard anything about hardness or wear resistance principles. I was thinking of getting a titanium c... Read more »

fcc and bcc - important differences? rating: 3.75

Hi NG. I'm preparing myself for the coming examination and I think I've heard that bcc-materials (steels) have a fatigue stress limit whilst fcc-materials (aluminium) doesn't. But I can't find any ... Read more »

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